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[audio]Chronic Disease Prevention and Real Health Care Reform Using Lessons from Indigenous Diets From Around The World - An Interview With Daphne Miller M.D. - Kirk Hamilton PA-C
Learn How Indigenous Diets From Around The World Can Show Us How To Prevent Chronic Disease, and Provide Lasting Solutions for Real Health Care Reform. Kirk Hamilton interviews Dr. Daphne Miller a family physician practicing in San Francisco, California and a Harvard Medical school graduate. Dr. Miller is the author of "The Jungle Effect", A Doctor Discovers the Healthiest Diets from Around the World - Why They Work, and How To Bring Them Home...
Keywords: Staying Healthy Today; Kirk Hamilton; Prescription 2000 Inc;; Daphne Miller; MD; The Jungle Effect: A Doctor Discovers the Healthiest Diets From Around the World. Why They Work and How to Bring Them Home; diabetes; Tarahumara Indians; Cretans; heart disease; Iceland; meat; fish; omega-3 fatty acids; depression
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[audio]Insight: Capitol Chat / College Football's Underbelly / Mixing Eastern and Western Medicine / Michael Levine - Capital Public Radio, Inc.
Capitol Chat - The California State has just wrapped up this session. Capital Public Radio's Capital Bureau Chief Ben Adler joins us from the Capitol Bureau to wrap up what happened to bills still waiting to be passed. College Football's Underbelly - Most of us enjoy rooting for the old alma mater whenever football or basketball season rolls around. But does our love for college sports allow us to look past the sometimes nasty inner workings of university athletic programs? Should football coach...
Keywords: Insight; KXJZ; Capital Public Radio; Sacramento public radio; CSU Sacramento; Capitol Chat; Ben Adler, Capital Public Radio's Capital Bureau Chief; bills still waiting to be passed; College Football's Underbelly; basketball; college sports; love for college sports; nasty inner workings of university athletic programs; multi-million dollar paycheck; Mark Kreidler, sports journalist; Mixing Eastern and Western Medicine; Eastern and Western medicine; healing; herbs; aspirin; Daphne Miller, MD, critically acclaimed author; Miners Foundry in Nevada City; September 13; Michael Levine; Harris Center in Folsom from September 13-15th; America's foremost musical ensembles; Cincinnati Pops; New York Pops; Philly Pops; classical masterpieces, Dixieland delights, jazzy swing, popular show tunes, patriotic melodies and Hollywood favorites
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